Precautionary Air Quality Advisory issued for The Valley-area of Hinton
June 24, 2014
HINTON – Due to unusually dusty air quality conditions caused by traffic on Willow Creek Road and further exacerbated by dry weather conditions, Alberta Health Services (AHS) is issuing a precautionary air quality advisory for The Valley-area of Hinton.
We are excited to collaborate with the City of Grande Prairie and Aquatera on the upcoming Tire Pressure Clinic. Won’t you come out and join us on June 4, 2014 at Aquatera’s Eco Centre, 10431-96 Street, Grande Prairie and check your tires!! We’ll be there from 10am – 2pm. There will be something for the whole family! See you there!!
PAZA is currently looking for a suitable candidate for the position of Sustainability Manager. The successful candidate will have strong skills in Strategic Planning and setting policy direction. Strong leadership skills and the ability to work with minimal supervision are essential. For more information on the Sustainability Manager position please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us in congratulating our 2013 Photo Contest Winners – Lloyd Dykstra, Holly Handfield, Sheldon Nordell and Lidea Porrill. We received so many exceptional entries this year and we want to thank all those who entered. Please visit our Photo Contest page to view our winning photographs.
We are looking for an individual who is willing to represent the public interest on the Peace Airshed Zone Association (PAZA) Board. If you are concerned about air quality in our region, and want to make a difference, please consider this opportunity. For more information, please contact Elizabeth
A fire smoke advisory has been issued for northern Alberta, including Grande Prairie and area. Air quality is expected to deteriorate over the next few days, due to fires burning in northwestern Alberta.
For up to the hour Air Qualtiy Health Index (AQHI) ratings in our area please visit www.paza.ca. Air quality information is also available by phone, toll-free, at
In severe smoke conditions, even health individuals may experience irritation of eyes, throat and possibly shortness of breath. Learn about what you can do to protect yourself. The following information is courtesy of Alberta Health Services: